For more than 100 years, Wayland has been building relationships with its students, their families and the communities the univesity serves. Here you will find stories of interest to the ever-expanding Wayland community.


Recent Posts

Wayland’s School of Creative Arts announces administrative and faculty changes

Enactus installs seventh water bottle filling station in Mabee Learning Resources Center

Eighty-five WBU graduates participate in commencement ceremony

Endowed Alaska scholarship honors the memory of Pampa educator JoAnn T. Jones

Wayland students graduate Saturday, May 20

Baptist History & Heritage Society to present W.O. Carver Distinguished Service Award to Stookey

Student achievements recognized during awards ceremony

Wayland Business students score better on major exam than 98 percent of U.S. students

Plan to repurpose Skaggs Building wins $5,000 NexGen SPARK start-up grant

Picture Perfect exhibit focuses on photography

Wayland students World Champions in business strategy simulation

Crowe recognized; Wayland students participate at Alpha Chi national convention

Wayland receives $2.5 million gift, names Ben and Bertha Mieth School of Nursing

Applied Entrepreneurship Competition takes place May 8

Students participate in Seth Ward Cleanup Day

Kuhlmann author and editor of published collection of essays on Sue Monk Kidd’s works

Wayland choirs present Spring choral concert April 27 at Harral Memorial Auditorium

$75,000 equipment grant enhances WBU’s partnership with Welch Foundation

‘An Afternoon at Wilder Field’ connects community with Wayland organizations

Business students conduct curbside residential inspections April 17-21

Wayland celebrates 25th anniversary of offering online classes

Undergraduate researcher presents findings at state capitol

Employees recognized during annual Employee Awards Luncheon